IDF thwarts Gaza terrorists attempting to kill Israelis: Guardian thwarts fair portrayal of event

Earlier today, the IDF targeted a Palestinian terrorist squad that was planting an explosive device near the security fence in the northern Gaza Strip. Hits were confirmed, causing an explosion originating from the bomb the terrorists attempted to plant.

The Guardian chose to cover the terrorist incident by posting a video titled “Two Palestinians killed on Gaza-Israel border” and a photo in their continuing series of “24 hours in pictures (The best images from around the world)“.

Here’s the video:


Here’s the photo:

The caption:

Beit Hanoun, Gaza: Palestinians look through a hospital window at the body of a man killed in an Israeli attack.

Here’s a photo you won’t see at the Guardian – a disguised explosive found near a Gaza security fence on January 4th.

The goal, of course, as with all such explosive devices planted by Gaza terrorists at the border fence, is to kill and maim as many Israelis as possible.

Hamas’s military website, Al-Qassam, has already pronounced the two terrorists as “martyrs”. 

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